Monday – snow day

Normally I dread snow days. They usually span more than a day and often the roads are a mess for many days. But yesterday I started looking forward to the possibility of getting that “School is cancelled” message. Sure enough, when I woke up to a house without power at 5:20 am, I saw the message on my phone. Yippee! Except most of my snow days plans required electricity. Fortunately the power came on about 6am. Phew.

In between working from home on my computer, I have also found time to play. I inventoried my knitting needles and did some cooking and meal planning. I even did some long neglected cleaning. And I came up with an idea for documenting my 2019 word. I copied my blog posts into a word document and printed them. Now I can cut them down and slip them into some 6×8 page protectors. I haven’t done a full year album for my one little word in quite a few years but I do have a few pages for each of my words. With the monthly blog check-in this year, I have monthly documentation of how REST was showing up in my life.

And now it’s time for a walk in the snow and then a cuppa and some reading.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

9 thoughts on “Monday – snow day

  1. An unexpected “free” day is always a good thing! What a great idea for your word – hmmm, that brings lots of thoughts to mind! Thank you for sparking those ideas!

  2. I love that idea for memorializing your one little word. Sounds like you had a productive and fun snow day!

  3. That’s a very neat idea, to use your blog posts … as always, I love your clean and simple but classy design. Glad you got the snow day you needed, plus the power to do what you wanted!

  4. I wonder if your plan to retire at the end of the year is making snow days fun again? 😉 I’m glad you were able to enjoy the day off.

  5. What a great idea, Juliann! I’m very grateful to have twelve months of e-pages thanks to your monthly checkins 🙂 I was surprised to see SO MUCH snow in the PNW … hope it’s all fun (and none of the mess and hassle that accompanies snow around here).

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